The University of California, Berkeley
There are three broad categories of libraries on the UC Berkeley campus:
The Bancroft Library officially dates from 1905, when the University of California acquired Hubert Howe Bancroft's personal library.
Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Library
The Eshleman Library and Study Lounge is located on the seventh floor of Eshleman Hall. This <
The Education Psychology Library is one of many subject-specialty branch libraries of the University of California, Berkeley Library and serves primarily the Graduate School o
Berkeley’s C. V. Starr East Asian Library contains one of the most comprehensive collections of materials in East Asian languages in the United States.
The Thomas J. Long Business & Economics Library houses the major collection of business administration materials on the University of California, Berkeley campus.
The University of California, Berkeley Law Library is the heartbeat of intellectual activity in the Law School, where students and faculty come together to share in the use of the Library's collect
The George and Mary Foster Anthropology Library, located in Kroeber Hall, is a branch library of The UCB Library System and functions as part of the larger Anthropology complex which includes the <
Library resources on the Berkeley campus of the University of California are rich, varied, physically dispersed, and administratively decentralized.
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